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Green Goddess Grilled Cheese Sandwich

Green Goddess Grilled Cheese Sandwich
April is National Grilled Cheese Month, so we’re celebrating by posting a grilled cheese sandwich every day. This is No. 5. See all of our grilled cheese sandwiches >> here << . After (re)discovering Green Goddess early last year, we’ve been obsessed, to the point that we even took the idea of Green Goddess herbs and made Summer Rolls. We thought we were brilliant when we thought we had come up with Green Goddess Grilled Cheese, but realized that another TasteSpotter had beat us to the green, herbaceous, garlicky punch… We love PaniniHappy’s version with the green goddess herbs mixed directly into cream cheese, but ours is a little different. Green Goddess Grilled Cheese Sandwich based on all those gorgeous green goddesses out there… makes 1 sandwich Ingredients Directions Spread about 1 tablespoon of Green Goddess Herb Pesto onto each slice of bread (2 tablespoons total, but if you’re sensitive, go light, the pesto is STRONG). Heat 1 tablespoon olive oil in a frying pan over medium low heat.

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